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democrats advance health care legislation and took one giant step forward towards obama's goal of health care reform. it now moves from committee to the senate floor. >> the important thing is we debate it. there be a free flow of amendments, that some will pass, some will fall. >> reporter: there were two democrats and an independent who voted to start the debate but won't support a final bill unless it addresses their concerns. >> my vote today should in no way be construed as an indication of how i might vote. let me be perfectly clear. i am opposed to a new government administered health care plan as a part of comprehensive health insurance reform. >> i won't force one insurance company to give insurance to somebody with a pre-existing condition. it won't even lower the cost of health insurance. >> reporter: the dispute among democrats will likely lead to a heated floor debate next month on legislation at that would extend health care to 31 million americans. republicans made it clear they will not support the current bill. >> i think this bill is a disaster for our country. presiden
barack obama in texas to honor those killed in the shootings at fort hood. army major malik hassan opened fire on those. [ inaudible ] >> neither this country nor the values upon which we were founded could exist without men and women like these 13 americans. >> and during his speech the president addressed the loved ones of each of thosed killed highlighting the service to their country and the friends and family they left behind. >>> moven onto the h1n1 flu vaccines, a vaccination clinics will be held today. and of course do check in with www.abc2news.com and our in- depth h1n1 section we have a wealth of information available so you can keep yourself and your family safe. including how to stay healthy while traveling. just go to www.abc2news.com and click on the link all the top page. >>> the internet search engine is offer free wi-fi to travelers across the country. ewe thought bwi was not one of them but now it is confirmed that it is. and google is asking people to donate to three charitys and the company will match donations up to $150,000 per airport. >>> and one student getting
fighting in afghanistan once they understand the perils of losing. obama says he is ready to spell out all of his war plans virtually sure to include tens of thousands more u.s. troops. the president is expected to tell us on tuesday night exactly what's going to be planned. >>> a community in cockeysville is coping with the loss of one of their own today. staff sergeant matthew pucino was killed on monday in afghanistan. his unit was attacked with an improvized explosive device. >>> latest now on the fort hood investigation: former top officials has visited the site of the shootings and the hospital. the november 5th shooting spree left 13 people dead including a soldier from havre de grace. >>> major problems are brewing for a local business. a business we've reported on in the past. blue hippo has filed now for bankruptcy. the company got our attention in 2007 when it offered computers and electronics to people with bad credit. the company has been accused of deceiving thousands with phony computers that never arrived. the company had frozen accounts which triggered the bankruptcy filin
. the defeat of the democratic candidates is a referendum on barack obama but it suggests otherwise. and half of the voters approved the president's handling of his job. most say he was not a factor. the faultline was the weak economy a. >> and here is what has to be worrisome to the white house what think were saying. 89% of the voters worried about the economy. 85% in virginia. that's just a scream from the voters. >> and new york's 23rd songal district that they are calling out for a conservative agenda. and bill owe withins after the candidate dropped out. this he are ready to move forward not back. >> they say the referendum will be next year in the 2010 midterm elections. the same-sex law was overturned. it is the first time voters rejected a law passed by the lieutenant governor tour. >>> and let's look at our own. josh cohn is leading. and he replaced pi. rr. who won in september but withdrew after personal finance issues were public. >>> and in aberdeen in the race for mayor, michael bennett has fended off the council president. and former state delegate b. a rb kramer. >>> police h
obama. >>> it's full of backstage drama and onstage magic. this morning we're getting a closer look at the new "dreamgirls" musical coming to the hippodrome theater in baltimore city next month. megan pringle was on the red carpet last night and sent in these pictures right outside of the historic apollo in harlem. it's parts of a nationwide tour. meg and the crew interviewed some celebrities. this is the beginning of our coverage. stay close to abc2 and "good morning maryland." megan will bring live coverage from new york city. it starts this morning at 6:00 with interviews and reaction from the stars and what people can expect to see when the musical comes to our city. it's all this morning on "good morning maryland." that's joan rivers. >>> quite a turn of events across baltimore. seven people are hurt in separate crimes but police say it appears they were all hurt the same way. plus if you have a child in day care, a story on what they watch and how it's affecting learning. first the weather with justin berk. >> currently dry, 39 degrees but a wet weather outlook for this after
to be okay. police don't have a motive o r a suspect right now. >>> president barack obama is speaking out against senatorship in china on his first trip there. he says tough criticisms should be allowed and the free flee of information on the internet showed be encolonelled. that can be solved unless the s united states and china cooperate. >> time to look at entertainment news right now, may have been the curse of friday the 13th during a show in detroit, bruce springstein yelled out hello, ohio from auburn hills. again that's in michigan. he refer today the neighboring state, the following 30 minutes until the band guitarrest whispered in his ears you're in michigan. he grinned and said a mistake like that is every front man's worst nightmare. >> you do travel lot but the fan was forgiving. he played into the wee hours that night. >>> the rs has filed a huge tax lien against her and it is all bernie madoffs fault. after slapping a los angeles cop back in 1989 apparently owed the irs $118,000. a rep says the 93-year-old actress lost about $7 million in madoff's scheme. >> that video is 2
hasan was a danger and might possibly be in contact with extremists. president obama told abc news he will insist on answers. >> we are going to complete this investigation and we are going to take whatever steps are necessary to make sure that something like this doesn't happen again. >> reporter: since the shootings last thursday security measures have been tightened. army officials have closed the post to the public. >> right now we have elevated security measures, largely as a means of reassurance to the population. as we continue to examine the threat we will keep appropriate security measures in place. >> reporter: the lieutenant general bob cone, the commanding general at fort hood says about 600 soldiers, first responders and civilians were directly affected by last week's massacre. the memorial service is expected to play a significant role in moving toward healing. >> it brings out the high morale because something like this, just knocks everybody down and by somebody very important like the president coming they say, ok, i feel good now. i feel very good. >> i think tomorro
getting thing not court. >>> barack obama says that he accepted the noble peace prize with great humility. he is proud of the honor he does not feel he deserves it. a university student asked him about winning the award. >> i think the committee was inspired by the american people and the possibilities of changing not only america but america's approach to the world. and so in some ways i think they gave me the prize but i was more just a symbol of the shift. >> taking his first trip to china. 5:62. the public -- 6:52, the public -- we have been telling you about this story a nice club that has been plagued with violence and neighbors have had enough. they think closing the bar will help the problems in the area. the hearing is scheduled at 10:00 this morning at police head quarter. >> >> in honor of 2012, a prediction. joe flows for 303 yards, two scores. >> right. >> ray rice for 109. ray lewis with, and doesn't miss. monday night ball ravens against the browns. it is a must-win. the computer can do a connect families. >> using a computer up link, helped make it possible for a father t
a radical iman preached there. president barack obama and the first lady will be attending services at fort hood tomorrow. the shooting suspect is now breathing on his own. major nidal hasan is in critical but stable condition. he was taken off a ventilator saturday. he was shot during the shooting at fort hood. army officials say he killed 13 people and injured 29 others in the mass shooting. the army official visited them and some of those injured. >> i cannot tell you how many times they reiterated to me this is not about them. they are not interested in notoriety. all they could ask about was how are the others doing? express grief for those that were lost. >> at least 16 victims remain hospitalized with gunshot wounds, seven of them are in intensive care. >>> here we are during veterans day, coming up on wednesday, the nation will slowly recover, shocked over this. a maryland family prepares to bury one of the soldiers killed in the mass shooting. >> she was more than a mother and grandmother. she was a soldier dedicated to fighting for her country. abc2 news sherrie johnson joins us l
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